We just returned from a week at this house and it was a great experience! The house is located in a very family-oriented, gated community where golf carts are a primary means of transport. We rented a golf cart from the community from Monday-Thursday morning and the cost was about $160. Well worth it to be able to drive around within the community to the two outdoor pools (one with a kids' splash park), one indoor pool, playground, tennis court, shuffleboard, and to access the beach (and to have access to a private parking lot there!).
The beach house itself was bigger than I expected and, as others have mentioned, is very well furnished and supplied. When we arrived, the master bathroom shower was very slick for some reason, so be careful! Also, the floors felt sandy and left our feet pretty dirty, but perhaps that's to be expected from a beach house. If that bothers you, I suggest bringing slippers or something to that effect. Our only other negative experience was that the cable tv in the living room wasn't working correctly when we arrived and after a lot of tinkering, we found that someone had moved the RGB cable over to the stereo system that's in the corner of the living room, and they hadn't switched it back. It would have been nice if we wouldn't have had to deal with that mystery when we arrived, but in hindsight it was small potatoes.
My kids loved watching cartoons in the back room (next to the screened-in porch) and we loved the doors that slid shut to block out the noise. :)
We spent several days of our stay mostly hanging out at the beach but we also drove to Myrtle Beach and spent an afternoon at Family Kingdom amusement park (free admission for us ... we bought unlimited ride wristbands for our twins who are almost 6 years old, and there were tons of rides they were able to ride without an adult). Myrtle Beach was more like a raucous party atmosphere and made us really appreciate the quiet, family friendly vibe of where we were staying.
The beach was great... Pretty sand, plenty of people but not too crowded, and lots of seashells to collect! There were beach chairs and boogie boards at the house that we were able to use, which was nice!
We tried some yummy food while we were there with the absolute highlight being Malibu of Surfside. Make a reservation and try this small, family-owned place! The lobster ravioli may have been the best thing I've ever eaten, no joke. We also tried Bubba's Fish Shack (the view of the ocean from the deck was better than the food) and the Grilled Cheese and Crab Cake Company (yum).
We had a great time and would recommend this house to anyone! We affectionately referred to it as "the little blue beach house" and look forward to hopefully staying there again someday!